AOP Cookie Consortium
Where do you get verified cookie information to satisfy data protection regulations?
One-of-a-kind data tracker database for UK publishing ecosystem
Today’s dynamic digital environment involves dozens—sometimes hundreds--of ever-changing vendors and tracking technologies, making it hard to comply with data protection regulations. The Association for Online Publishing solved this challenge for their UK publisher members with the Cookie Consortium program, a unified vendor cookie pool to support member data protection compliance efforts.
Easy-to-use platform to declare cookie information
The Cookie Consortium program is a centralized digital vendor list and cookie pool to help UK Association for Online Publishing members better control the risks associated with upstream partners executing in their dynamic digital environments.
Not only does it facilitate communication of AOP standards through the digital ecosystem, but the Cookie Consortium also provides vendors with a streamlined process to formally declare data tracking information to publishers.
Transparency into user-tracking technology executing on their websites
Pre-approved list of cookie information used by your digital partners
Partner vetting resource to locate unknown activity to maintain compliance
Reference data for populating Consent Management Platform (CMP) to help users provide consent
Digital Vendors and/or Partners
One-time declaration of cookie data
Access as much demand as possible for campaigns
Participation in a no cost, up-to-date and centralized cookie pool to be referenced by all digital ecosystem participants
Inclusion on a vendor list accessed by premium UK publishers
Learn more about the Cookie Consortium program if you’re a UK publisher member or a digital partner. Supported by The Media Trust’s Digital Vendor Management platform, program participants gain insight and access to the broader global digital ecosystem.
How it works
Continuous scanning of AOP publisher member websites identifies all executing vendors and their data tracking code. The platform:
Detects and classifies data tracking technologies
Requests vendor review, validation and/or input of data tracking code
Presents cookie details for publisher use